The W Family Chronicles

Yummy Pasta Dish

Posted on: July 17, 2007

I have a very easy (and very tasty!) pasta dish I like to make, but I haven’t made it in a long time. We had it last night though and I thought I’d share.

Go to the grocery store. Buy some filled pasta (tortellini, ravioli) in the refrigerated section. Buy some green pesto, white alfredo, and red tomato sauce. Or buy the ingredients to make them, if you prefer.

Prepare the pasta and sauces according to package directions. When ready, put the pasta into a pasta bowl or large plate. Ladle the sauces onto the pasta in the order red, white, green.

You get this:


Not only is it really delicious, but it’s pretty. (Well, if you do it neater than I did…I was in a hurry!) And yes, I stole the idea from Stefano’s in Florence, SC.


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